November 19, 2019 Weekly Update

November 19, 2019 Weekly Update

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For your Prayers this Week:
Les Baumann recovering at home
Dan Hinds recovering from an emergency heart stint
Arlene Punke recovering at home
Iona Oltman receiving treatments
Barbara Ramsey undergoing sinus surgery
Sawyer VanHoveln serving in Afghanistan

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Thanksgiving Potluck This Sunday
Join us this Sunday after Church for a potluck. Bring a side dish or dessert. Smoked pulled pork will be the main course (thanks to Jerry Faulk). Come and join our church family in giving thanks!

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xmas lunch

Ladies Christmas Lunch
Thursday, December 5th at 12:00pm
All ladies and guests are welcome!

Please sign up in the narthex so we can prepare enough food.

The 2nd Video: The Ten Minute Bible Hour

If you watched and enjoyed the first video we sent out in the November 6th weekly update, where the Ten Minute Bible Hour visited St. Paul Lutheran Church in Hamel, IL with Pastor Weedon, then here's the follow up. They sit down and discuss the peculiarities of Lutheran theology.

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Thanks to Ramona Cone, our website is getting an upgrade and update. She's still working but you can already find all of these weekly updates along with our calendar and much more on the website:

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Last Sunday's Sermon

Jesus taught us the challenging task of forgiving those who sin against us, especially those who do it over and over again, with the parable of the unforgiving servant. Listen or read the sermon here.


If you enjoyed the hymns with violin this last Sunday, here's a recording of the first two we sang, Great is Thy Faithfulness and Chief of Sinners.

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Copyright 2013 by Ian M. Welch. All Rights Reserved.
Copyright 2013 by Ian M. Welch. All Rights Reserved.

While it may seem that everything stays the same from day to day, we know that we are always nearer and nearer to the end when Christ comes again. This brings us great comfort. But it also kicks us in the tail because we must always be ready for His return. Our lamps must always be burning. We'll also sing the great hymn "Wake, Awake, for Night is Flying".


“Wake, awake, for night is flying,”


The watchmen on the heights are crying;

    “Awake, Jerusalem, arise!”

Midnight hears the welcome voices

And at the thrilling cry rejoices:

    “Oh, where are ye, ye virgins wise?

The Bridegroom comes, awake!

Your lamps with gladness take!


With bridal care

Yourselves prepare

To meet the Bridegroom, who is near.”

Listen to a choral version of this hymn here:


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Trinity Lutheran Church & Preschool
Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod

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